$1 Bank Robbery
June 21, 2011 by staff
$1 Bank Robbery, Verone James approached a teller at North Carolina and gave him a note. He said: “This is a bank robbery, please just give me a dollar.” Verona and then sat in a chair and waited for the police. The 59-year-old said he wanted to be arrested for what was to receive medical treatment in prison. He has a growth on his chest, breaking two records and a problem with his left foot. Unemployed, Verona thought his plan was the best option for care.
Although Verone said it is receiving the attention to quality than I expected, his plan is flawed. Slate reported that medical care in prison is usually almost as good as the willingness of low-income citizens and sometimes nonexistent.
“Most diseases are treated at the scene, but the prisoners who are seriously ill can be taken to the nearest hospital ill inmates must take a nominal co-payment for each doctor visit jail -. General and 5 more or less taken from an hourly wage which typically runs between 19 cents and 40 cents an hour. Costs above are covered by the state, “read the article in Slate.
Verona was charged with theft, and said his plan was to go to jail for three years, then published in time to collect Social Security.
“I’m kind of a logical person and that was my logic, it occurred to me,” he told ABC News Verone. “If you call handling, and then by necessity, because I need health care, then I think I’m manipulating the courts to obtain medical care.”
Because Verone was accused of theft, not robbery, it is probably only be in jail for less than 12 months. His next hearing is June 28.
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